Police Community Support Officers - a role as diverse as you can make it
Dyfed Powys Police is proud to serve our many diverse communities across the county, and our aim is to promote and achieve a fully inclusive workforce to reflect those communities.
PCSOs have been employed by the force since 2003 and have proved to be a valuable asset, working in support of police officer colleagues. Dyfed Powys Police values difference and recognises that people with a variety of skills, attitudes and experiences, from diverse backgrounds and cultures, bring fresh ideas and perspectives.
Our PCSOs are local, enthusiastic individuals who regularly demonstrate our commitment to making Dyfed Powys communities safer and feeling safer. Few roles can be more varied and interesting. You could be reassuring and advising residents, organising the removal of abandoned vehicles, reporting suspicious activities and attending local meetings.
You are required to have a GCSE Grade A-C in Maths and English Language or equivalent. We give you all the training and support you need, you just have to care about your community and be good at talking to the public in a diplomatic, confident and authoritative way. And of course, respect the differences between us all that make our communities what they are.
Latest Update – we are currently closed for PCSO recruitment